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Regional towns are at risk of being wiped out by the move to net-zero. Here's their best chance for survival

By Esther Suckling, Research Associate, Grattan Institute
Alison Reeve, Deputy Program Director, Energy and Climate Change, Grattan Institute
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Grattan Institute projections suggest that by 2060 a mere 600 people will remain employed in major Australian coal mines, down from 40,000 today.The Conversation

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